Sauted Broccoli Cauli Flower and Baby Corn

A beautiful lazy weekend at home, it’s a perfect time to cook something really easy. Something like… piece of cake!
Happy weekend cooking time~


  1. Broccoli 250 gr
  2. Cauli Flower 250 gr
  3. Baby Corn 250 gr
  4. Garlic 9 cloves
  5. Salt
  6. Pepper
  7. Sugar
  8. Corriander powder
  9. Oil for suteing

    How to cook:

    1. Seperate the branch and the flower of broccoli and cauli flower
    2. Slice the baby corn diagonally
    3. Steam the broccoli, cauli flower and the baby corn for 10 minutes
    4. While waiting for the steamed vegetables, you can chop the garlic until it becomes minced
    5. Take the steamed vegetables if it is done
    6. Heaten about 2 tablespoon of oil
    7. Saute the garlic until you can smell the aroma
    8. Add the steamed vegetables, stir it
    9. Add a few salt, pepper, corriander powder and sugar, stir
    10. Saute for about 5 minutes
    11. Taste it, if it is already tasty enough you can serve it

    It’s simple isn’t? The duration of cooking it is also quick. I have just cooked this menu for my breakfast and my husband liked it so much.

    You can add shrimp if you like it. This morning I ate it with omellete because broccoli is best eaten with egg and milk 😉

    Have a try this simple recipe!

    ♡ Intan Rastini


    Tumis Sayur Warna-Warni

    Saat bosan makan sayur berkuah, masak tumis sayuran saja. Apalagi biasanya kalau lagi ngasi makan anak-anak suka kelamaan. Nah, kalo sudah kuah sup nyampur dengan nasi, nasi jadi ngembang kan? Biasanya saya akali dengan buat tumis sayuran sebagai ganti sup sayuran.


    1. 250 gr udang kupas cuci bersih
    2. 1 ikat sawi hijau cuci bersih
    3. 2 buah jagung manis dipipil
    4. 2 buah wortel cuci bersih
    5. 1 batang seledri
    6. 1 lombok merah
    7. 9 siung bawang merah
    8. 7 siung bawang putih
    9. Merica secukupnya
    10. Ketumbar secukupnya
    11. Garam secukupnya
    12. Minyak goreng untuk menumis

    Cara Memasak:

    1. Potong-potong sawi hijau, potong wortel berbentuk korek api
    2. Iris-iris lombok merah dan seledri
    3. Kupas bawang merah dan putih lalu iris tipis
    4. Panaskan minyak untuk menumis
    5. Masukan bawang putih, bawang merah dan irisan lombok, aduk-aduk hinga harum (di foto saya tidak pakai lombok saat ditumis karena anak-anak saya tidak suka)
    6. Masukkan jagung pipil dan wortel, aduk rata hingga wortel lunak
    7. Masukkan udang, aduk hingga udang berubah warna
    8. Masukkan sawi hijau dan seledri
    9. Tambahkan bumbu merica, ketumbar dan garam, aduk rata hingga sawi layu
    10. Cicipi masakkan, jika rasa sudah pas, masakkan bisa disajikan

    Kenapa udang dimasukkan setelah jagung dan wortel matang?  Supaya nggak overcooked. Tau sendiri kan kalau sea food paling cepat matang, tapi kalau sudah terlalu matang rasanya bakal luget atau kenyal dan sedikit alot, jadi nggak empuk lagi. Kalau kata Kang Peppy sih, “dagingnya pas digigit ada perlawanan”.

    This Afternoon Lunch: Sauted Shrimp n’ Kangkung for Lunch

    Viola… The time of cooking is calling me and here we go what I’ve just cooked… A bunch of vegetables named by Indonesian people as “Kangkung” 🙂 it’s a plant which grows by the water.

    I cook and cook. I kept cooking and learned something new from my repeated activity. I believe I would be better to be a co-cook ƪ(ƪ_‾̴̴͡͡ ﻬ ‾̴̴͡͡) I mean a mother.

    What I did with this green veggie was cleaning it up under the flowing tap water. And then I chopped the leaf one by one, so the hard green branches are left behind because they are the least eat enable. But if you wish to try eating it, please take a seat… So you could chew it real slow and smooth 😀

    After that, what I did was leaving the clean “Kangkung” leaves on a big bowl so they could become “tiris” from the water 😀 hehehehehe… I mean let the Kangkung a moment so it would be a little bit dried 😉

    Next! Preparing the spicesssss!!! I Peeled a few onions and shallots, then I chopped into pieces. Next, I chopped a big red chili (we call it here as “lombok”) and I dumped the “lombok” seeds because I didn’t eat the seeds which caused capcaisin reacts with my tongue and I get hot sensation lol!

    Oh yes! What about the shrimps? Of course I eat some shrimps, because I haven’t been a vegetarian again yet! So, I took a wok or “wajan” then put it on the stove, I poured enough cooking oil made from “kelapa sawit” to saute and then ignited the stove…. After the cooking oil was quite hot, I poured the shrimps which has been cleaned up beforehand. Let the shrimps become the sauted or maybe exactly fried shrimp hahahah (because I cooked the shrimps ’til they got very brown almost “gosong”), and then I poured the chopped spices including onion, shallot and the “lombok”. After they emitted pretty aroma…

    I took the Kangkung and let the green veggie become on the wok together with the fried shrimps and spices… Let the Kangkung become cooked. And I improved it with adding enough salt, pepper and soy ketchup 🙂 *wide smile*

    Note to be remember! Don’t make the Kangkung become OVERCOOKED!
    Because it would make the Kangkung very very soft and tender but emit something like “lendir” or it’s like veggie saliva? Sorry, I don’t know. However it would taste not really good!

    ˚☺k!˚ thank you for reading… Have a seat, and enjoy your own lunch whatever your mother or even wife serves on the dining table… 🙂
    Don’t forget, say cheers cheese (at the heart only)… And say thank you to your mother/wife for the dishes on the mouth!

    “Mamoth, I’m very grateful for what you always cook for our family” :’)

    With love,

    Intan, your daughter.